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Beach Hut Place Mat

You could personise these mats by adding embroidered names or initials to the doors for a fun summer picnic!

  • Sewing
  • 1-2 hours
  • Intermediate

Materials Needed:

  • 28” 11” x blue fabric
  • 28” x 4” yellow fabric
  • 14” x 11” fusible fleece
  • Scraps of fabric for the applique
  • 505 spray


  • 3 x rectangles from scrap measuring 2 ½” 3” x for the beach huts
  • 33 rectangles measuring 1 ½” x 2 ½” for the doors
  • 33 triangles measuring 2 ½” x 2 “ for the roofs
  • 36 strips measuring 3” x ¾” for the tops of the roofs
  • 33 triangles measuring 1” x 1 ½” fabric for the flags



  1. Cut two rectangles of blue fabric measuring 11” x 14”, and two yellow pieces measuring 14” x 4”. Place the two yellow pieces right sides together and cut a wavy line across the op. sew along the wavy line, turn the right side out and press. Sew this to the front of the mat, arrange the beach hut pieces over the top.

  2. When you’re happy with the layout, adhere the beach hut pieces with 505 spray. Sew around each individual section, with either a running or satin stitch on your machine. I used a triple straight stitch for the flagpoles so they stand out.

  3. Place the two fabric pieces right sides together, leaving a turning gap in one seam of about 3”. Snip across the corners.

  4. Turn the right side out and press, edge stitch all the way round.